PLAINVIEW, Texas — United Supermarkets is gearing up to open its second and third Amigos Hispanic-format stores after seeing successful sales growth at the first Amigos here, which opened last year. The stores are designed to serve populations with high numbers of Hispanics, as well as Caucasian customers looking for both mainstream and authentic Hispanic groceries, said Eddie Owens, a spokesman for the Lubbock, Texas-based company. The first store was a conversion of the chain's former ...

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